Our mission is to grow and provide local, organic medicine for our community and support our bio-region by securing the opportunity for all living beings to have access to food and medicine. We are reclaiming our health by growing our own medicine and restoring the knowledge of natural healing traditions.
Wednesday, February 17, 2016
Upcoming 6 Month Immersion Course! May - October 2016
Lancaster Farmacy is proud to present:
Connecting to the Healing Power of Herbs Immersion Course!
This course will be a hands on immersion covering topics on everyday uses of over 30 medicinal herbs, seed to product cultivation and production, medicine making, botany and plant identification, cultural healing practices, earth skills and more. Our classroom will take place outdoors on our certified organic herb farm, in diverse wild habitats along with some kitchen and classroom time. Students will keep a notebook of handouts, plant profiles, journal and will have a collection of medicines made through the course. Our teachers will be Lancaster Farmacy’s very own founders, farmers and herbalists Casey Spacht and Elisabeth Weaver and other guest speakers.
1 Saturday or Thursday evening / month
Cultivating, Harvesting and Wildcrafting practices
Herbal First Aid
Deep Nature Connection
Medicine Wheel cultural healing
Everyday uses of over 30 plants
Seed to product
Medicine making - Decoctions/Infusions, tinctures, syrups, salves, poultices, infused oils, flower essences, hydrosols.
Community Supported Medicine movement models
Lancaster Farmacy is a 5 acre certified organic medicinal herb, flower and produce farm located in Lancaster County. Our mission is to reclaim our health by growing our own medicine and restoring the knowledge of natural healing traditions. We are a member farm of Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative and are part of the Community Supported Medicine movement. We have been teaching workshops and offering community programs since 2009.
Elisabeth Weaver has been connecting with herbs since she was young exploring the land she grew up on. She has studied Western and Native Herbalism for over 15 years with teachers in New England, South America and Pennsylvania. Her passion of growing plants led her to herb farming at Goldthread Herb Apothecary Farm in MA, and she has been sharing her experience with others since.
Casey spent most of his childhood living in the woods and came to know plants out of survival and interest. His background as a naturalist and forager inspired him to learn more about medicinal plants. He has been a student of David Winston’s since 2011 and is continuing his masters in Herbal Studies. Casey shares his love for primitive earth skills everywhere he goes.
Payment plans accepted
Work trade positions available
Limited class size so register to secure your spot
Email to register:
Sign up by April 1